I drove Lee to and from work today (I needed the car). There is this cute little farm stand that I've seen a dozen times but hadn't stopped to check it out. Until today! It's just a little wooden shack with a cute sign written on a mirror and a bunch of fresh vegetables that are grown in the garden at the house behind the stand. No cashier. No farmer. Just a sign that asks you to be honorable as you make your purchases. We bought a few tomatoes and some cucumbers. And it made me so happy to see that people were using this little farm stand and that there are still honest people in this world. There was even a woman there who was short about $0.50 for her purchase and rather than shorting the farm stand, she walked back to her car to get more money. It gave me hope that people are inherently good (working in an E.R. in a big city sometimes makes you think otherwise).
And thanks for the kind words about my ordeal yesterday. I only poked that little baby once but her little cries just stuck with me all night. I'll get my confidence back, though. I managed to get an I.V. in a wiggly 2-year old so I'm trending down in the age bracket of I.V.'s in kids.
Non-Garmin stats: 5 miles. Easy and fun. And then I did a bunch of walking lunges and side-to-side lunges. Felt great.